Apartment fire reported Monday in northwest Oklahoma City

Staff reportsFirefighters battled an apartment fire in northwest Oklahoma City Monday afternoon.
The fire was reported in the Lake Hefner Townhomes, 7000 block of W Britton Road,at N Rockwell Avenue at 12:35 p.m.
A sprinkler system prevented fire from spreading to other apartments, a fire department spokesman said.
"It (fire) had been really slowed down my by two sprinkler heads that activated prior to our arrival," Fulkerson said.
Firefighters evacuated a building as flames got into the attic, according to fire radio reports.
An ambulance was called to the scene with paramedics who evaluated one person for injuries who lived in an apartment next to the one where the fire started.Read more on NewsOK.com

Staff reports

Firefighters battled an apartment fire in northwest Oklahoma City Monday afternoon.

The fire was reported in the Lake Hefner Townhomes, 7000 block of W Britton Road,at N Rockwell Avenue at 12:35 p.m.

A sprinkler system prevented fire from spreading to other apartments, a fire department spokesman said.

"It (fire) had been really slowed down my by two sprinkler heads that activated prior to our arrival," Fulkerson said.

Firefighters evacuated a building as flames got into the attic, according to fire radio reports.

An ambulance was called to the scene with paramedics who evaluated one person for injuries who lived in an apartment next to the one where the fire started.
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